“Welcome to my Crib” PSU Edition
Cue the gangster music and slow-mo cameras, here’s PSU’s first edition of Cribs. After carefully reviewing entries, prompted by our post from a week ago, here are your Cribs: the PSU edition finalists!
Each room has its own unique element whether it be creative coloring, tasteful feng-shui, or useful homemade contraptions.
Described as a “please touch museum,” this room offers the complete lounging experience with a loft (with shelves for drinks and a pocket for a cell phone), TV and surround sound speakers, and essential mood lighting.
Submitted by: Rachel Lindsay– Beaver Plaza
This rainbow ceiling was created with the help of construction paper and finals week procrastination.
Submitted by: Molly Eckman and Nicole Bernstein — Atherton Hall
This perfectly put-together room follows the rules of interior design and needs to be pinned on Pinterest ASAP.
Submitted by: Danielle — Nittany Crossing
Is this room from Crate & Barrel? Ikea? Home Goods? Try more like from the thrift shop (down the road…) Impressive!
Submitted by: Marissa Guarriello — Westside Village Condos
Some of this room’s features include a “borrowed” table from one of the building’s lounges, rollie chairs, the all-essential stolen road sign, pom poms hanging from the ceiling, nerf guns, a plasma ball, huge computer monitors, and the best of all- window access where friends can come and go.
Submitted by: Aaron Westbrook — McKee, West Halls
“Four guys. Three TVs. Two iHomes. One futon. Zero Girls.”
Submitted by: Justin Molitoris — North Dorms
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For more than a decade, the Penn State Bakery has provided the Nittany Lion Inn with a massive, display-only gingerbread house during the holidays. This year’s design features about 50 pounds of dough and 100 pounds of icing.
The menorah, which is valued at about $1,800, was returned, but was damaged, according to the complaints.
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